Horgan and his party aren't the NDP as most British Columbians would remember the actual NDP under Mike Harcourt or his predecessors.
The real NDP would never have called a borderline illegal election during a pandemic, and the real NDP would have long ago done whatever was required to solve the family doctor crisis in B.C.
Horgan now leads a party that somehow exists only to pander to social justice crazies, and get itself reelected.
It serves no other purpose in B.C. right now, and represents nothing that the historical NDP might have stood up for.
Regardless, Horgan has to go before he drives the Province into the ground financially, and barely leaves British Columbians with third world health care.
"Liveability" has probably never been worse in this province. It's hard to imagine how young people today will want to put down roots here without any of the things that made Canada great: housing, health care, and the rule of law. Those are disappearing fast, and boomer politicians like Horgan either don't care or don't understand. Surely a new reconciliation museum is not going to help fix any of those basics which are slipping away fast.